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  • Impact of Employer Subsidized COBRA

    As part of a severance or buy-out agreement, employers often pay for all or part of a terminated employee’s COBRA premium, for a defined period …

  • COBRA

    The right to continuation coverage was created by a federal law, the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA). COBRA allows employees and their …

  • Medical Insurance Plan Options Upon Loss of Employer Coverage

    Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), all U.S. citizens and residents are required to have medical coverage or may owe a penalty when federal income …

  • Tips for Employees Losing Employer Medical Coverage

    To assist you with questions from employees who lose eligibility for your employer group medical plan, Keller has prepared two tip sheets: Medical Insurance Plan …

  • IRS FAQs on ACA Provisions and FSA Carryover

    In December 2015, the IRS published Notice 2015-87 providing detailed guidance primarily on the ACA’s impact on several employer-sponsored health care plan design options. Highlights …

  • 2016 Health Benefits Notification Chart

    Keller has updated the Health Benefits Notification Chart for 2016. This chart provides our clients with a quick glance reminder of reporting and disclosure responsibilities …

  • Health Coverage Tax Credit Is Back

    The Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015 included the return of the Health Coverage Tax Credit (HCTC). The HCTC had previously expired on December 31, 2013 …

  • Updated DOL Model Notices and Marketplace Information

    In order to inform group health participants about the availability of coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, the Department of Labor (DOL) posted updates to …

  • 2014 Health Benefits Notification Chart

    Keller has updated the Health Benefits Notification Chart for 2014. This chart provides our clients with a quick glance reminder of reporting and disclosure responsibilities …